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Our purpose is to promote unity within the local African communities, to advocate for the rights of Africans in Rhode Island, and to educate the American public about Africa while elevating the profile of the continent and facilitating linkages between Americans and Africans. The African Alliance of Rhode Island's West End Community Garden project seeks to engage its constituents in a self-help economic development project. The project builds on the AARI's ongoing efforts to promote mutual assistance and economic opportunities for African immigrants and refugees in Rhode Island. Community collaborators involved in the project include EcoAsset, RI Food Policy Council, Farm Fresh RI, Southside Community Land Trust, West Elmwood Housing, Brown University students from the Environmental Department and members of the Youth Program from West Elmwood Housing Agency,
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